WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 8. 1861
Tbp Ail Am ft r.inrua imimnT plaice na dally
under obligation! to It for Uie Terr ltest PP
Irom the eastern cltieav j , fk, f :
The American Express lyompeuy iw s
thanks for ltt dalfy. favors In. thf shape of the
very latest eastern papers-.
. 1 .
Notict SoMciMM.iCitj subscribers to
v,. n.u Riaittman. who may change., their
dwelllnWor places of business at this season
- - . . , r ,1
V, ol.the jeer, are rtqoeetea to nouij our wrnwn
or leave word at . oar conntlngr oom, . of the
ttvnlacu alwhiob tbey with their papers left
thereafter. 1 ''' -' " ' - ' s
ll Hon Edwaid Evirbtt. of ' Massachusetts,
!tlU .be io nur, city, on Saturday,' end Monday
next, the 13th and 15ih of April, ana lecture 10
evening of each of those days. v i
h-Xitt ano Township Ehohon The. Official
Abstracts of the City and Township Election
on Monday last, ere not yet made out. We hope
(0 be able to obtain and publish them la to-mor-
row' H(M. ia tne meantime, we give me
following as the rumored result.,. The names' of
"Democrats ere in Rom an those of Republicans
in Iullo.' Tbe figures denote majorities 1
'V.Jafspor Wray Thomas, 63.
Ckrk-1' i Fuoston, 113. . '.
. TfiMtr'-WilHian Atmtrong, 25. ,
Afariia. Samuel Thompson, 300.
i.v City SeJielfor F. Collins, 150. : ,-,.,. t
School DireetoTi-Otto Dresel, 8. fcovlng,
' Ttos.sj.is1 rasiirer. TVm. McDonald, 97.
r TtoBsAIi' Trststrss Eliss Gaver, 500; AleX'
. andtr Mooberry, 75: J. M. Ectrnsr, 100. ; ;
t ContttUt-W . L; Turner, J. P. Remmy, and
Jo-mr Taylor, elected. :-rr: :
: Twnthip Cltrk-A. C King,. 150.
Casci. Gbbbnwood lectured last evening, ao-
cording to' sppointment, at' the Congregational
'Chiroh'. to t larte Audience. Hf dssorlption
"Homeless'.not mcroly ia. lowly life,
but in the higher or prouder elreles of. sooiety
contained many lively touches and pointed ear
cumsat laa'hlontble .follies, that wbuld hive
eliolted rounds of applause in any other plaoe but
e churcb. The lecture, as a whole, was well re
eeived, end many who beard it have expressed
e strong desire" for Its repetition, or at all events,
for an opportunity to hear , the fair lecturer
again on that or some other topjo. i ! ' ,
The CciLWM-VfRiiii. We invite tbe at
. tention of tbe loveri of good .maslo to the ad
vertisement in another column, headed "Armo
, ry Hall,? by which it will be seen that a newly
organbed company of ladles and gentlemen will
give a Grand Coaaert at Armory Hall, op Mon
day evening next,' the 8th Inst. It will be, we
are assured, one of the richest entertainments
lately giveq to the citizens of Columbus. We
trutt the new Company, on this, their dtbnt bo
, fore tbe publio in this city, wilt be greeted with
full housed ; .uj..v.,.-..,-,.(-,4'V.ii: i i
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Tae Ohio Educational Monthly, published
ia tbijJ ifity, contains in the April number, just
laid on our Uble, several interesting and in
. atrucUve srllolea. We learn, that Mr. F. W.
Hortt's connection with tbe JlfonlMr ceases
with tbls number,"aod that berealter Mr. E. W,
WHTrt.of PorUmo'utb.'Ohlo.'wUl he the re
sponsible editor and proprietor ."""Ah 'efficient
educational -journal' ia needed la Ohio. p The
Columbn Monthly can be made such, by a little
exertion on ihe part of each teacher andirlend
of eduction; in extending its circulation.
: . ;CTTbe .MowrooMM Goasjs, last evening,
At their Armory, welcomed the Spring with its
songs, gaiety and playfulness, by deiignuui mu
"etc and merry dances, la which youth and beau
- tr iolfaed with Vtely glee. 1 All acquitted them-
eelvee haodoa.aly the' muslo by Davis' band
was enchanting, and everything passed off pleas.
antly and in harmony with real social onjay-
Allss Franecnbkro and ber little pupils gave
last eveblnei at Mr. Hkil's Ioslitute.some very
"pleating' llluatratlonk of the course of (raining
add development pursued Id tbe Infant Gardens.
60 varied are the objects and playthings osed,
and 10'nnmorous the exercises and plays en
gaged In, that the modus operandi must be eeca
and examined to be duly appreciated. It is
worthy the attention of those woo have the
good bf .children and youth at heart; ;:, ;
W. R. Kcirf will sell by auoUon at No. 11
State Street, coromenoing to-morrow, (Thurs
day) April 4, at 10 o'olook, a lot of household
furniture, such' as Bedstesds, Bureaus, Wash
Stands,' Mattresses', Clocksi Parlor Stoves, Ta
bles, and Eitobett Furniture. Also, one fine
Cooking Stove with, furniture complete,, j
Arrivals at thb 0 P. Yesterday, two new
oonvlcts were brought to the. Penitentiary from
i Preble eountyrand three from Uuemaey county
' The number of Inmates " In the Institution lis
fast' Terglng on te one th6aseild.-oi .
'it i r ' i'j 1 1 lni. n i . l l.n.
detrWoi our readors afflicted1 wiih SoaWa
or Scrofulous complaints, will do well to read
iha remarks in our advertising columns respect-
Ins It. '. Bat little of the nature of this disorder
has been known br tbe people; end the elear ex
position of it there given will prove acceptable
nd useful. We have lone admired the search-
in and able manner in which Dr. Area treats
every subject be touobes: whatever has hie at
tention at all. has a'ereal deal of Its he mas-
' ters what he undertakes, and no (me who has a
'particle'' of feeling for' hli sfflii d fellow man
u look; with indifference upon bis, labors for
tbe sick., Read what he says or Scrofula, and
see in bow few word and bow elearly be tells
ns more than We all have known of this Inald-
lous aua iaiai iuiuj. m w
Tn Lara Fis Our Fornltnre Manufaoto
M.-whloh waa deatroved on Saturday, the 23d
' . aa AMnS . WW . . 1 . . J ft
inst., was ineurea ior tJ.uuu in tae naruora r ire
Jnanrasna Comnanv. which sum. has been paid
1a rull this day by the Agent, H. R. Beeson,
' -- i'"-''-'' .i J t i! j v,
L' - The DromDtne'st and liberality wltk which this
Comaany adluste iu losses, commend It to tbe
patronage of the eltlsens of Colnmbns and tl-
, oinliy and we recommend those who desire, In
oass or loss, to bare their cairns speedily aa
, lusted and promptly paid, ta c.M on II. R- ee
'son, Esq., the Agent e ; Ue Company, la the
jonnson ajliiqidr, ana od u,a a 1
; r, BROTHEULIN.HALM&CO.
V!,"BOu, ""4 tout, ( OaW.
y !,..i. v., i .. m i i I"" "aei-w . 1 '
i Oood We met one ot onr friends yesterday
en Broadway, and were astonished at lbs change
m bis appearance.: , a ibw weeas ago we saw
kim. he waa Dale, lean and detected i comblain.
-1 -Ids; ot1 weakness and debility, having been so
aiuicted all summer. Now no appears to Do tal,
health and stroris. ' We learn be owed bis rea-
"' toratloa entirely to JWctB' ' SmBOTHBaiHe
Set vWe advise all who are complaining of Gen
eral Debility to try Its it le certainly Tart
pleastnt remedy. We learn that there are large
Y .quantities of It jelling dally. Ju ore toy H er
,, n. Ws Know no ortjta W ai. By which yon oaa
' be convinced that1. Guernsey's Balm will posi-
r:l, lively perform what we say it Will, thin for yOtt
io maae one appuoaiioa oi u.
CTWe congratulate our readere upon tbe
discovery of a sure for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, and all Mercurial Diseases, wbioh
is effected without the use of Internal naedlolnes
which destroy the constitution and give tempo
rary relief only. In laot it le the only known
remedy effecting a perfect eure, and we feel
warranted, front Its recommendations, in calling
the attention of the afflicted and those having
friends suffering Jrom . Rheumatism, Gout
Neuralgia, or the nerotoloue effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement in another column of oar
paper, of Dr. Leland's .Anti-Rheumatic Band
Paor. Woon's Rmtorati vi Coroial ano Blood
Rinotator M, wlthoat doubt, the best tonic Cor
dial in the world. To those who are suffering from
General Debility we would recommend Its Use,
br while it Is pleasant to the taste, It ia strength.
ening to the system, and will at once tend to
remove all Impurities of the Blood, and eradl
cate all traces of disease; ,. It can be taken by
the weakest stomach, while those in good health
will at onoe feel Its exhilarating power. We are
confident that after using one bottle of this Cor
dial, none will' be for a day without It. iVne
ETR. KisirATRicx, No, 165 South High
Street, bss a very cholos assortment of Gold and
Silver rVatcbes, fine Jewelry, 'Clocks, Silver
and Plated Wire, at prices to suit the times."
BIr See advertisement of Prof. Mii.t.u'a
Hair invtgorator In another column. -;
HOW LOST, E0V7 SE8I0BK0.
JTJBT PUBLISHED. ON TD1 NATTTRb' TREi
HINT AND RADICAL OOEE Of BPfBHATORailKA
orStminal WmJcscu, BumI fiebllU.MtnroaineM.Ia
Tolnntarj XmlMloni aad Impotinay. rtialtlni from
Mlf-tbats, Ao. By Robt. J. Oalrarwell, M. P. Btnt
aaacrmi,iDa piaia savtiop 10 an addreu,pot
511a. en noaiptortwo lUmpi, bDr. OUAB. J. O.
LINB, l7Bowry, MevXork, PmIOOm Box. Mo
.wx. 7 j. , narSl:3aidA
For mil THROAT nnd
LCNO COflfPIiAIIf TS
CODQHt Assel every
complaint tbe foreran
ner of, mui eren sustual
Th HthI W 1? T II II.
C1C KlRlTIliDT and Nat.
arai oriATK, adapted
to OTorjr apcclea ( Ner
rone Complainta Ner
Mi and Chronic
tiant, Catarrh Tootn
and Ear Ache, eee !
Sleep, and Bowel Com
Ws rial initlea Ha t Son iha ihim tinttartlnn
bot by procnriDt and reading detcrlptlTapimpbleti,! ,
ba fonnd with all dealers, or will be tot by Pro)rleiur
on demand. lonnnlu and Trial Bottles sent to VbyA
elani, who will find developments in both worthy their
acceptance and epproral. . . . :,
Oorrunondasce aolleited from all whnaa " -
enrtoilty yrompto to a trial of te aboTS reliable Bene
dies. . . .
lor rale b the unal wholaaala and ntall dailar
treiywher. , j
JOHN li, HCNNEWELL. Proorieto
OIIIMIST AMD raABMAOCOTISTj
He. 9 ComnertlHl Wharf, Boston, Kass.
penis, & Denis tons, A. t. Bchueller A Bon, AenU
tor Oolaabma, Ohio. - myl-dly
raOFFAT'S I.IFB PILLS. ... I
aOaoUonj, pilaa, rbeaBatlaa. hvars and agaee, obeU I
eats head aebaa, aad all feaeial demipaaenti of health I
moot nm aare mvanaoiy proyaa oertain and speedy I
mudy. A slngu trial U1 place the life PLUa beyond
the reach o roonoeutke ia the MUaatloa of every na-1
n. Unir.c, 9ri- bin... -.,i. ., I
- - . w ... w pw vuvwu I
-... . .
aehe the slckaess kctdent to taaAlal la daUcate health,
and every kind of weakness of Ihe dlfasnvs organs.
For aal.bPr.yr..liom. J.
j i i
Tfia fbllowin k.ui -xtiaot from
letter written by the Bey. J.,. Holme, pasttr oi the
Plerrepoint-gtreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, H. T.,t
ue-joarnai aaa aoaenftr,- Ulndnnau, Q.,anasnau I
volsnes la hror af that world-re owned nedlclne, Mas I
n unww a Dwnuw oiaur roa l arc. nan ibtumi '
"We see an advertkaBent In m, aolnmna of Kia
Wnrjtow'i goomma Btaor. Now we never said a word
m favor or a patens aedlotne before m ear life, bat we
feel aeaapolled to nay to you randan that Oils I no aom
bof wa bati nut rrr an aiow it to an au. n
Cuuwj.' It la probably one of the moit aorcmaful aedl-
einia of theday, baeauo It ta one of the beet. . And those
nrinnnaailniaa li.liin in. Iiim - iln kattar th.n I
lay Ina supply." ocK7:lyaw
ARMORY . HALli
Monday Evening, April 8. !
c-.rv;.::y k.-i r'i r. j j i!ri vi.-.l. .-.-p
.I. ,.. H.f ;.XO .d i. V j j
rrUB ABOVE NEW OROANIZBD SO.
Xoietyof LADIBBaad GBNTLBUEN will appear for
tne arse tuna net ore in ciiuens at uoiuetbua, on .
Monday Xvsning, April t, at Armory Bau.
The moat aUraetlysaadentertalnlnsDroaramma ever
oueroa to ovmueio KTingoomm unity,
IT Doors onea at 7; to rommenre at 8 a'elook.
tie of Admtsstoa, S3 oeatt. - Tleteai aaa be hid at
Wood's, leltaer .At Webster's Haale Stone, and at
Bliey e aooa but
ap!i . LJoumal and Orlili copy, .
One of the moat Choice and Elee-suat I
Aesortmente ot.r;.' . " I
Vi I'li'M rt.ii.) i J:
Spring; and :fi-m:.MUIiiJ
,,. .H v-mi - u. . .: . . ,ii.t. a. .t e -iM I
hwidajr, April, 1861, V
A ,k ;i-,;'t. i ri i j, m .1 y .4.1 i ' t)
t ,-l -a, t't'i. t mmATJ AO At e.'ii.i
. ... '"':
no. us sourn uion st.
I tif.HITr C4a W3H
..i , ii ,-;.,.i,j, a
tm nnrftii, 'WatfKia-a a nv mA a a. .
1 my location. I hara takra Boom No. li. Bait Towb1bji
treei, Waiout'a buUding.oppoaitefrankUa Bank, here
mnnwHiuiuHiHuioiifc . i ,
hare laat ntarnad fnaa Saw Tnrk with a lanmlntli
of tbe very latest etylei; and alio, all Ihe i
LATEST -SPUING , f ATTERNS,
for ladln aad ohlUren i wearing apparel . Call and see
soon. ; , Mas. A.H. KBUB.I
Columbus, April Mlw
. . i i.i i. ..w . .. . "
rtTTTTl lim flmrunn lAAnh
SrlUJXur AlU OUMJilLK, liUUiOr'a
r AGAIN OF FER TO TPIB PUBLIC
"an entire new stook of Qoods ta my line, I oil parch.
aeed ta New York at the cheapest panlo ratee.nli of which
I alull anil at tha smaiieii nrents, ror vain, sly eaitom
ers and friends are reipeetfully Invited to call and exam-
Ine my Goods and Ptlces, as X am deumtnrd to sell as
aheap or ohcaper than sny other hones la the eity; end
s I do my own Cutting, and inperintend my own s.
nees, I feelaiaured.fram my long expeHeaee ktbaet
am, ir seneral eat (taction. Tne Uriel t or won-
men are sipio,d. aod all work dons strictly to Urns and
uu i.r aour.s, aoa warninU'd to St. Strangers Visiting
oar diy would commit their interett by giving ml s oall
seiorepuronssuigeiiestHir. t. BoBB, ,
, A ' -v iLr.M.i... ir.iin .
sssreh.4ipl j;,, crfi 4uoll)Mi,t4.
WA" We-AMS! W-T", T JJ g,
Vt Httlrll M SlAXlOiS&l.. i.millnr
prtoss ooo-thlr loss than saa be pnmnaeed eliwwbare'
n 1 .17" "-rrVawwas; ,,,.. P All. ti T.
Mfm vvww)awwa, . Satt SS;ua,
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Iatwaelan af Texas by .8,000 nezleane.
Texae aa Ueleaajinf ta aiexlca las
Malafovcoaienl of i'art Tartar, at
Kejr Weat,af for Jefferson, at Tor
taaaa, and l Fort Plcbona, at Pea
eacola iMaeredlted br the Montaora
Comnsiaaloaera Iha Selaare ( St.
Ilomingtl br the bpanlards-nirav
man PreBarlaw to lavala Slexiea-
Uaada for the Seceded State no to
be Allowed the Primes; of Bood
Inr the Fort Samtor Qaoattan
Still Pending Homered Seiaure of
wmwt Pimrcf, in Netr jriexlca 130,
00(00 af too New O. S. Uaa bid
or-Fatal Hall Head Accident In
ivwu-iTAanicipal Klec tloaa ateme
l et Treeps fraan Waehlnaton
Cltf no Extra Sraelett at Ceaareea
to be Called Anderson's onpplies
'ta bo eat off To-dar Liateat newa
front Europe From South America,
dee Only S3, 100,000 el the blda fer
the 8, 00,0"0 V. . Iean Aceepted
bf the Seoretarf of tlae Treaaurr
U. S. Troops Left at Key West and Tortugas—
U. S. Troops Left at Key West and Tortugas— The San Domingo Revolution—Miraman to
MoNTOOattar. Anrll 2. W. H. Ward, edltnr
of the Key tf ms Oulf, bas arrived here from
rsnsaouia. He states that on tbe 35th nit.,
the steamer Gen. Rusk arrived at Key West,
silk AAl a a . t t . . X
wnu uu irooDS tor inai niace. ana iuu for Tnr.
i be Crusader bad reached Key Wat with
sealed orders, under charge of Capt. Craven with
marines. . ,
Tbe Brooklyn waa vnlne? IntA ICa Vffi m
the S6th ult., and there waa no doubt that she
bad left troops at Fort Pickens.
The Texas Commissioner stipulated that the
troops on the General Rusk should be landed at
new lots? -: . .
Tbe commanders of thrna enmn'antaa All fiAai.it
it. - rt . . . . UV-.U
we general unsa naa signed a document ex
uoneraiing uapt. omith, or the Rusk, from all
blame (oryJeceptlon practiced.
Mr. Ward fnrth ttattm Ih.tka - T .1
Key West on tbe 28th ult, it was reported that
the Spanish flag had base hoisted at Sin Do
mingo Dy Hoanlards snd Freruh. Th flmni.h
President bad previous! written ta nf,
ka.iug wai ii opaoisn forces were not sen.
thither Immediately, the Spaniards would hoist
the Spanish flafrj wherenpon five Spanish war
Teaseii ana i.uuu men saiiea from tiavana and
took formal nossesslon of San Dam
"j m crenuu currevie.
Ueneral Miramon. It Is renortod. waa at fr.
van, endeavoring to raise a foroa for iha nn,
pose of invading Mexico, and it was said the
Spaniards and Trench sympathized with the
movement, it waa bel evert at (?- th.
85th ult., that their a-ovtrnmenta wnnM hw (h,ip
aiu iu uj mouiDg oi suou an expedi
Uon. It was also affirmed at Havana, that fcw.
Ilsh, French and Spanish fleets had sailed for
Vera Cms. tbe obieot of which nnt
l-ll-l- - -MVWU
pouusiy, . , . . . . . ..
From New York.
eecerallv. bv a matnrit nf 1 Knn
V . n K "7 ! o L V .
ZmmA:1&!!M?'J B.tn- N- Hi has been
rmn lh. fl..,
tary of tbe Treasury to collsotors says, In eonso-
ituwiuo vi turn eumroi oi ine warehouses of the
Oovernment In the porta of South Carolina,
labnl Mississippi, Louisiana, Flo
rida and Texas having been usurped, it Is Im
practicable to oontlooe tbe privilege of bonding
goods for transportation to those ports, aid col.
lectors are instructed that
potation In bond, to said ports, can be permitted
wti"''', Washington correspondent says
that theneatlon of ths reinforcement ol Sum
ter la still open, and reinforcement Is not con-
oerca imp Qoame.
ProDosale lor ill. 000 000 t n.
. - - -w - v eaw svail VHIAin
from Boston, and t36.U00.00O from Now York.
iw xoax, April 3 At the election in
isrookiyn, yesterday, Kalbflalsch. Damnerat.
was elected Mayor. The Democratlo tlckat waa
Ihe World't Washington dispatch states that
b D Minlstsr to Belgium took out explicit
n gar roreign ministers, regard-
'PsT Jh8. PHcy bf the Administration toward
u tOnieaerate B tales, and a protest to the Eu
eoyenuaente against recognition of
woee oniem. r .w .. .
m. nr , ...
i us rreria savs onite a nnmhar of
"5,1 J10 ' JP,nt 0a9' ta
. onuinu loitiur uregoo, unaersiana
3d hVcuied Uut 00 txtn ,e",on
, The troops on board the Bmnk!. w.MfA.th.
relnforeement of Fort Pickens and were doubt-
less landed some days SIO.
Orders have been sent to the Charles town Navy
Yard to fit tbe steamer Minnesota for sea im
mediately. - '
Tbe HtfthTa Wssbioeton dliDetch aaia three
oompsniss of artillery left on tbe Pawnee to-day
rtmrs' TTsiitnoft,!! Wynstea It Is said that
Denniaon wlU ba annnlntwt N...I CtmM f V
laon will be aDoolnted Naval Offliwnf M.ar
. -rr-- w.w.
York. , Blatohfoid'e chances for Sob-Treasurer,
and Ullman for tbe Assay Office are rood. Everts
will be offered tbe Attorneyship. " If he accepts,
It ia understood that Delafleld Smith will do the
woriu ft.;.- i i ri .1 . t i ; ..
J be Heraldri CharlMlnn dlanatnti aaea "!(
is reported that Anderson's snnnllea will hn ant
IB nr.j , '
vu uu Treanesaay."
WASaiHOTON. Aoril ft This Commiaaionora
rrom-tbeaontbernConrederaoT disbelieve the
romor relative to the reinforoement of Fort
riotens, ana bars so advised tbeir Government
Commander Pendergsst, named In the reports
es ordered to land men at Fort Pickens, is at
Norfolk, instead of Pensacola.--J : . : .
II IS believed that thS haavw hUrllno fnr'tna
loan, to day was mainly in oooseananoa of aa-
suranoee from high qqsrtere of a paciflo policy
OB tbe Dart of the Administration. i- i --
1 be War Department haa received tha raalw.
nation of Capt. Winder, appointed fiora Alary
land. , - -! . ii ,b i j., ;
The Federal COmbanV of Banners and Minora
m, i .Li , . . . 1 r .
win icuro uiia cut to. morrow, it ta anniwiaan
r i ort Hamilton; and tbe two artillery com
W!,?. Wf ' P'?
ably follow dorlna- this week to tha nam mint
Treasury faae decided to isani do offer below
84 ror tbe fS.OUQ.000 loafi. Tbe amount, there
fore, determined on is only about 1 3.1 00.000.
It is ssld tbe Secretary oaa Issue Treasury notes
for tbe remainder, but on bls point there is no
determination. ; ' i . i "a . ,i i i,' i
Mr.Ela, of the Treutirv Deoartment.' has
gont io mooiie, on goTernment fioftnoui hmv
a mar . a a ' . . ' .
The Mexicans Invading Texas.
miles off, marching on Brownsville
New Oblians. Aoril Si Texas advices sav
toas uoi. r era is reiisoiy mtarmea irom Mate
moras, tnat uen. Ampndia, with 9,UUU Mexi
Ampudla dispatched exnressee with placards
ann nannnilla. annonno m that 'I'aTaa rlvht ha.
. .- . , . " ..
jUaethetlmetoreUkeher. - Relnforcemenu in
snppors oi too r eoersi wovernment, ana now
MMjav uuuiuw. mi ,apiuT wwiuaj w aim,
Col. Ford ordered all heavy sons and ord
nance stores at Brisos Island to be Immediately
removed to tbe scene of anlldnsted difficulties.
Tne raonawK arrived on rasa caveiio on tbe
S9U1. The Coalcaeoaleae sailed with 600 troons.
Tbe Empire City and Star of tho West were
lying at Fan Urleans. ' . .av .. n
From California and South America.
""logs wiuowu mans and
'New Tout. March S. The steamer1 North-
AfAM f Ia.k aammalawAj tftllaw t.nmm A aLa
I "w auiewi,wni taw
There Waa a doubtful rnmof " In Nlcarsma.
that a party of fillibusters Irom New Orleans
naa nppenrea on ins mo uranae. i
Advices from Fern state that President Mo
reno, of Eouador, nu been inttlguing for tbe
annexation ol bis oountry to Frsaos. Letters
syrlttei b hint Sdvoflat us? tbat measure bare
1 h .i,.j nty 1 1. - "
I ossn printed Intbs Wma newspspers.
Richmond, April 8, In tbe Convenlian .to
day, Mr.' Montagne made a secession speech.
Mr. Alorsriana foiiowea in laror or tne re
construction; of tbe Union. "Tal proceedlocs
were of iui unimportant character. , ) ,
;H;.I".' i 'as . .
Jippibsois birr, Mo April 8. At the eleo
Uoo yeetardar, Ewlog was eleoted OTsr Miller,
, Union candidate) by tee major-
it;. ' ' '
Latest from Europe.
ea, from Liverpool S3d, and Qaeenstown 24(b,
arrived this morning.'. j
Brsadstnffd .quiet and steady. Provislona
, Unoon Monit Maixct Consult 91092;
money vzft(jpvxi on accouni. f
Tbe Bank of Eucland bad reduced Ha rale of
discount to 7 per cent. i
Tbe French Corps Lsglslttlf bad rejected the
amendment tq tbe Emperor's address, In iavor
of ibe withdrawal of the French troops from
Rome, and finally adoptsd the whole ad
drees.- - .TiVl'-T' :ir.T; I
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
terday were 15,000 bales, inoluding 6,000 to
speculators and exporters. Market closed Arm
and buoyant, under advices per Adriatic."
Breedatuffe qutetj provislona quiet,
Consols 919I. . . . .
The Amerlo bas 67,000 In spscle.
There will be no eteamer on the Galway line
irom uaiway to April am.
Sahooht. Anrll 8. At the municinal elea-
tion yesterday, the uemocrauo Mayor was elect
ea oy a msiority or one nunarea end nrty-five
. . - . : . . . - . .
The Democratic Treasurer and Solicitor, and
tbe Republican Clerk and Marshal wereeleoted
and two Republican and torse jJemoeratlo Coun
oilmen. -' :,v-. -t , ,a .
The New U. S. Loan.
Washimotoh. Anrll 2 Tbe bids for the new
United States loan were opened to-day. About
S3U.UUU.UUU were bid for. Tbe average for ao-
cepted bids was about vift. ana no bid was ac
cepted below 93 17-100. Kids ranged from 90
toper,;, ' j il' ilO'.j .. -.-1
Rumored Seizure of Foot Marcy.
St. Lovis, April 9 The Republican oublishes
letters oaten ios vegos, ew Mexico, March
13th, detailing the ssixure of Fort Marcy by a
party of Americans and Mexicans, with Gov.
Renoher at tbeir bead i but later arrivals here.
as well as the Santa Fa mall of tbe 18tb, deny
aoowieoge oi sucn movements.
Fatal Railroad Accident.
Chicaoo, April 2. A passeneer train on the
isuouque a western rcaiiroad ran off tbe track.
seven miles west of Dubnque, this morning.
Wm. Loomis, brakemsn, was killed, aod Barney
Gilford, oocduotor, severely injured, Several
passengers were hurt, but none, however, seri
Tottoo, A Dill 2. At the cltv election venter.
day, the Democrats eleoted Mavor. Treasurer.
ana seven out oi ten councilman- - . ' .
PHiuniLruu, April 2. Tbe Ptnniylvanian
newspaper nas suspended lor the present, on
socountof the pressure of the times.
Postlano, Me . Anril 2 The Rennblloana
elected Wm. W. Thomas for Mayor. A Dam
ocratlo Mayor was elected last year by 31 mi
lon.j.r . , ;i . . , i : j v t , r .
Chailiitow, April 3. Tbe Convention is In
secret session, discussing tbs new Constitution,
which will doubtless be ratified, on Wednesday.
a large majority. . 1 , -
ClMOlNWATI. Aoril 2. The total vote at th
late election In tbls city was 23,000. , ,
from the New 1 ork Obseryer.l
AS all nartlaa marmfaatnrtoa SMraia afanhauaara ob
liged Io pay Mr. Howe a Uoraee on each machine said,
and are a so compelled te make retarm to hiav, under
oatn. as to anenamner eold, nil hooks give aeorreot aute
ment. from thia reliable aoaree we hare obtained tbe
following itatliucs. Of the machines made In the year
imi, nun win hu, . vi t. 'v-,.:
By Wheoler At Wllaon...i. .....81.305
" l.U. Singer Oo IB, KM 1
; . drover at Baker 10,900 i
Showlne the lalai of Wheeler At Wllaon tn ha davtU
thow of any other Company.". . , : , 1 1 j
Awarded the hlgheat premiums at the -1 ' 1 ; '
. United Statae raire of ituo, Ituw and lBlW;
also at the I
Ohio State lairs of 18iand leeOi I m I
and at nearly all the County lairs in the Bute.
Onr prices, at ths late reduction, art at tots at ami
look sttcA machine now eold. and hut a tilde higher than
the Interior two Uirtaa onam mat macAitut, .now
foroed upon the market.
Tha WHBBLBB At WILSON MAOHINB makaa Iha
loca Snon the only ene which cannot be raveled. It
Auu ea norm ginaaof the rood,. leaTini no rtdot or
ohainontAt wuUr.tid. i
AU macAiiut var'anitd 3 vaars. and Uutruetion
given la their see, free of coarse. .
, , ,u. Vttattx,ei men sr., uommoui, u.
' WM. flTTMNRR At C( .
dec3 2wd3mkw6m tVtft Opera Houae, CiocinnaU. t
0. Doylo Ob Oo. l:
HAVE REHIOVbSD THEIR OFFICE
to the Bouttfwest comer of High aad friend
streets,. . ' ' " :
"UP STAIRS," '
sd will continue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SWOES.'-
The sttsntlcn of Merohants and Dealers b refneetful-
ty Invited to oar stoek. 8. SUTLBhOo.
arihw:dtliljaiy'Ji, : r.
) 1 TRAVELLERS!
III 1 .
Wa.A joa kv w new i orK anrt aiirn vo mv
BB0ADWA7, CORJtEB Of H0UBT0M STBET,
"" ' Oonductsd'oBthsii , .".'..!
flood t are, Hood Booms. Frospt Atttmdaneej, aad Mod-
BISQLB B00M8 50 0TB. W CTg. and II PBI DAT.
BO0BLB BOOMS and fABLORS 11,30 to S3.
Kails sa ordered. Tbls Hotel has all ths appointments
of tbe beat hotel, a moat oentral location, and Ii boated
inrougDout by steaau - . - BAMGXli B. MSAD. .
SaarshVdaai . . . . . ;;. Proprietor
, ) ' :'-: : Sheriff's Bale.
- i .
W. P. Miller stal.
BY TIRTCK OP A WRIT OF f I.'FA.
to me directed, from the Court ot Common Pleas
of franklin Connty. Ohio. I will offer for aaia. ea the
farm occupied by W. P. It J. B. Miller,. In Jeekaoa
Towmhlp, on , ,. i I
Monday, the 15th day of April, A. D. 1861,
at 3 o'clock,;?, M-, the following property, to-wlti One
bay mare, onS torral eoree, ane mare coll, one nolt,
one two hone wagon, throe eeis donble harnen, seven
head ot hogs, ana tne unatnaea one-nan interest 10
reaping machine, levied on as the property of wtr.i
J. B. Miller. I '
april!-10td.'5r . J.,.1; Id. Daria, Deputy.
- frloteiiiaee, ea,ou
i 1 1 r it
rrtllK BCnSOKIBEHS. DEALING ITS
1 a Staple Article, will furniih employment to
s few aottve men to set aa agenkt for their honae. A
preference will be siren to those who are well, acquaint-
edin the autnotnrwnicnuey appiy' . -
Por which serrloes tbey are willing to pay . salary
odrom i- .. ii ...;'.;.. t, i , s i.-. Tiji
80a to $800" "per fear,' and' Ixpsnsss.
Por farlhir partientari address ." .b- m
" " :,'; -,' - W. B. xtORlHOTJBV at CO
- i .. .....I,,) aid a,, xxcaaags Plane,
tanSO-oTutt - JorseyjOlty, V. J.
. .lay bji i Jl II sjti g i .
HAVI(IU mil r-IPBUfcF uun
Stock of Oroeeriet to Mr O. B. DSMlNOg wt chew.
IU If nVesWlMaUlai var vra rasi vuaeuTi irrDIJSJWs ( V. .
v , THOS. WALM.M t SON. .
Cotagsbua, march Mlb, 1841 apl-dil. .
raSinre ftCASCttlBCR . ARB DENTR
X, sns of eloaing op thetrold baitaeaa, ard hops 1 hat all
narMmaknowlnt tbenselrailndebtod to tbeeu either by
sota ar book. Its., will sire the nutter their immediate
attention. . THOS. WALS.BB ea BON.
April 1, 1880-41. -
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, April 3.
i ILODB-realpirf of 9 bb'i: narkett tcaroelyi so
amm i,wv ,i. at a suavo n roreapar
tne Suia; $i 49A M for ira Slate; H 30 III K tot
uperSoe wn'ernj $3 439 70 for eomaon to median
extra Wm era; 3 71x9s 73 for ahlpplof brand, antra
Bound Hoi.u Ohio. Canada flour Buctaaniad: 12US khi..
StJ6K7r. .,, f . .
KYI VLOUK-iteady at 3 354 10 for common to
choice, - -
- WllBAT-recelpts of 1J7 boih.f toarket lees aetrrS
and ararcely an bsoiant: al nfftloou huh. .tal m
1S7 r Ohtcefo.pilDf ; ai 88 for north weetern olnol
Ok I UikVI I fia AT M It -1 . . &aaia- a a.n - .
pvwia. iu, on aiuoi ffiuai iw lor winter Jted
IVeitern: 1U fitprlne wlute Owadlan. , e , , . .
) KVB-flrm ealei oi M.fiUO traahels at Stka St. ;'. ,
BaULB V-hevy, talei of 1 000 buihela aute at 7i
1 OJiLN Noeipts of 4,OBl boah,: at 87iS)?0e for old
mixed, weitern la stora and deiiwarad: toiaiasa tar
OAia-qakt.at l33o for Wearer'n Oanadao 'and
f UUK-eteady, ales ef SO bbli at S 17 for men, $ 183
13 for prime.
LARD-aieady. . . . ' ,
OorrBX remains nnahanged aad qnlet. ' I '
BU8AUH-alt.il: ulaa tUli hhrfa flnha iVAIf.
lOhhdiMewOrleuiatSlifo. . i
MOLABdRS alaail but anUtl Hlnaf COO KM. w.
0rleaneat33(S3i9. . , , ,
WHIfcKY leu ullva and uu. nb. mi ou,i. ia
BTOOKB doll and lower: money, na ahuiea aniTrat.
vovau urot ao Deroent.i merlin aixiihsjiva .ni
A . ,.io i . .a. . VI , fl n ... ... . . . - - .- - -
ui . iwjiwj i-m, naniora' niila un. m Ja. I.
t u.f b. a K it, v. lot. law: a. a Ohio. 73;
a r. s; 111. O aerlD BOk-: N. T o. nv. Pm m.ii
89ki Dal., V. AW. Iaa boadi S3 14; U.S.C'iof '81
reiiaureo s Trramry ix t OhLs S'a of -so.
97J; Tenn. 7X1 Va. 16; BT. 0. 80: Mo. SiJii Brio
eonrertlble bond! CO; Barl. lit bonds 101; 111. O. bonds
TUESDAY EVENING, April 2, 1861.
rLOtjB II eullr had at B4 4S for loneHIn.: aa r.n
extras; from thlafigare to 8S for family.
WHEAT red. af prima onallty waa aarchaied ts-d
tm J k . . k A . AO mi . . '
bw., iuu wdiiv fiw. inapricei may ro onotod
nominally at SI lor red; Bin&Sl 10 for whlta. Th.
sram crop newe eonunue to at nnaaaally farorable. aa
fall eaeded wheat, rye, Ae., but tbe aeawn for aprinr
rmmui . imi.o hk,iu mum oi ooio, wet weaur
, ! . -k,-:..
OaTg-SBcperbnsh. w -!
BABIPY good samples have beeu aoldatCSc. ,
WHIBKY sll were larae ta-du at 13lf .
Prleea etand almoit vreoiaely aa onoted a weak nn
Tli:79X for bacon, ehouldera and ildeev with eforta
purohaaaatan Wo 6(28 ke for bulk ihanld.ra .nrf
sloae; (10 74iH7 00 for meta poik oantry and
iy jso lor iara in neroea, iuwiuo tn 10(0. -
Groeera hare hid, during ihe week, a fair not heavy
trade In gugan and Uolaaaea, bat hare aenalred great
er confidence In both artlclca, under the Influence of the
eonree oi tne how urieana alarkrt. Qnolatwna remain
about aa Riien la our laat weekly ravlew; 3S33for
pnme moiiaeaea, in uyprat cooperage ii being iha ea
eepUoaal fliute. 34o. la aaked for Oaka In lam lota.
eoma of the dealers are out of the market at 3 Jo.
inch. Salea of Coffee during the week hare bean nr..
eualy heavy , and hire left but a email amount of prime
i i . . , . . . . . .
RTwrnmuninwi. rncaa oave Doen aoranoeil a tall
per lb In iome Inetanies a kc. The m.rkat ma
quoted at 1 3 to UXc. lor fair to etrlctly prune.
The Produce Market haa been very ilofglih all the
tea. mu aiiempi waa maae to energue It by Wednee
day's foreign newt, but It waa lneffratoal, and It has
apiea oaos into in old inanimate condition. Cm. Cbtn
April. 3., i
FL0UB In better demand, and iteadv. with aalaa or
bble donble extra whlta at 3,75; S3 bbli doubje extra
at i.l2X. and 100 bbla mixed brands at the range
quoted in ear table. ,
wuiat-nrm.ati jo ror whits, and 11,04 for red.
Balei of 13 can of the latter.
OATS dull at S3cby the car load.
CORN held at 34e. Bale of 10.000 btuhels on nilvato
B4BIIT ealeslcar alSSo. .
HIOBWINEr mlee of 130 bbla, and SO da at 14Ke.
B0TTEB doll, at a ranre of lOOMo for Central to
W. a. . ,
auui aeonning. eaies vz bbli at BXS9c.
Uttaasa lignttianaentionatquetationa. -
NEWAEK MACHINE WORKS,
" " ' NBWABK OHIO, .- ' '
nannfaclnrere ! all bJmds of Per
' table atndl Ntationarr Mtestua En- .
..- giasoa, saw AliUe, urlat Mills,
, cVO.f cVOa - . '
lAXt ot BODLIYBtaUmt B. of . SZAJD YBoaitnl
J. 4J. B. MCVAZZ Btatmlli OOLVUBim
SIXCBIKK CO. StatmtUl SRAMI0BD
T:..j ot 00. taUnllllt. j '
': Oar 'Portable Engine and Saw Kill :
Wu awarded the lint premium of tM at the Indiana
State fair for lc60 over tans tBodley's on account of
Price, Ilghtnesa, simplicity, economy of fuel
i and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Inrfne was swarded" at ths 'same fair
ftrat nremlum of SvWO. i
Our rortanie angtne was awaraea tne nm premium er
100 at the rairat mompnta,xena.,oyer siandy's .
Tall'a. Colombo! Machine Co fa., ana Bradford At Co 'a.,
a committee ot practical Railroad Bpglneers.
ror price ana wimi aauraaa - -
- . W1LLARD WARNER, Treuarer.
,eee5-deVwlysoa). V, ' . Bewark,0hlo.
TTT T A T1?T 1J
U1V A JJL AHIV,
NEW LITERARY'; PAPER,
For, march, letb .1801,
Now Beady Tor Sale Everywhere Ptlei live
Bsnua copy, f
"STILL WATERS A Brilliant Stotr.
THB OH BAP BX0TJH8IO;" A Complete Stoty.
TBI KIMS ABB THB BBSQAB;" Complete in this
number - -
BIOGBAPHIOAL BKKTOH OT BDBAB A. FOB.
TBB DYING BOY'S BEQUS8T: by Maria Horrte
TUB DUTY OP TBI PRMSBNT BODB. - : ;
TBB PHILOSOPHY Of BATHINO.: i,' ' 1 ! ; -L0VB:APoem.
LIrB BYBHYWHXBI. . i ;.,
BUSTI0 SIMPLICITY AID SHRBWDNISS.
WD ATT A Poem. '
THB MOUTH OP LONDON. I -
HOW PEARLS ARB POBMBD: TRUSTING TO
LU0E; WHO WOULD Bl A BACH BLOB; OlYI TBB
CHILDB8N VBB8B AIBl ONI DROP At A TIMS:
TUB WAY TO DO GOOD: MORAL LNPLCBMCB: KAIL
WAY AO0IDBNT8 IN f BOSTV WBATHSB: util-
UlNa WA8TB eTBAM; A NEW MaTBRIaL BOB
RIBS Of UMBRELLAS: CXUBNT POR B0LIS IN
IRON CASTINGS; SUBLWISU R0PB-MAKBR9;
COINING Bl AIK r-OWJCnU A CURIOUS KKLIO.
TBB POUR BWORDS OP LONDON; PA0T8 ABOUT
CBLRBBATBD MKNI U1HTOKI OS Ttta PIANO
P0RTB; KISSING; TDK DOKOS VP SOUTH APKICA.
WIT API u ItUMUIt. (
0TICl OP BBW B00K3.
And mncb other Interesting and Instructive
a Reading Matter. ' ' !
i , ...... TBtalst .. ' '
One oopy.-. I? per annum
f.HTJNT & MINER, Pnbllshere,
.'r.i: 71 and 73 Fifth atreet,
; ' next to ths PostOfflee, Ptttomrgh, Pa.
i i R. KENNEDY, General Agent
April 2. Notice,
CITY BAJSX 01 XJOLtHttBUSj
rrtHSFOtLOWINO CHANGES TVERB
1 made tn the the o (Hears of this Bank, Jan nary itttta.
IWI, to Wit: si. A. 1-LiTT, rreaiaent, ana Tl
Moosra, Oaihlsr, rselgned their offices. Davie Tat aoa.
sq., was thee sleeted president sad ws. A. fijltt ap
pointed Oiinier. .... - - ...
Br oriMr of the Boird of Dlrsctore. ! '
febJ, 1861-dtf. - - W. A. PLATT, Casblar,
flEKBY KtEOLEB, - ;
llare of Phalsa's Bitsbllihmeot, N. T.J Pmrietore
tha Nam York SaahloKable anarlns. stall vaitins
Bhampooouig, Curling nod Drssrlng Saloon, Bast Stats
stnai, over tbs Post OOlos, wlwrs satlawetioa will
pa siren ro au ine venous Braocnaa. neaies emi
i Obtldreeia Hair Brassing does ia eat seat style.
jyai-dly - - -v : (
Beojamiir Erittoa'i Eitito. !
-aTOTIOK IB IIEUEHTOIWEIV THAT
ll the andenlgned was, oa the Uthday ef Marsh. 16(11,
appointed by the Prvba'a Coart of Inckiin Ooaoty,
Obie, Baeeatorof ths will of Benjamin Brltloo, deceas
ad, las,of Botwlehlownabip, In said oounty. -n
jtarsfe WB, a. . Mw.-itei. M K ,
iSTOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
AmeV crews siaore astel amore epnlar
And leillmonuli, new, and almoit wlthtut numbar.
might be given from ladlea aad gentlemen in ell gradee
of aoelety, wkoeo united testimony none eoutd miit,
that Piof. Wood'i Hair Reatoratirewlll reatora th haid
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old aae.
in all lis youthful beauty. . . . ,
... , uatue ureeit, nicn., Doc Slit, 1S58.
Paor, Woon: Thee wilt cltate aeemta Una tn Infnrm
thee that the hair on my head all full off nvar .
., "bi' "i .wh)iiimwi onrooio uiieaee, at
tended, with an eruption on the head. A mntinn.i
eouree of lufferlng throush life harlni ridnmi , .
stats of dependence, I have not been able to obtain Huff
ior capa. neiiovr uare i. uacn aoie to ao them np, in eon
eequenea of which my head faai luffend ntrmai r.h
eold. Thli Induced me to pay Brigfti at Hodgea almoot
ins uvtwut a. iwwwii iw a iwu uonar Dottlsof thy
Hair Beaioratlre. aboat the flret of Auguet het. I hare
faithfully followed tbe direotioni,nd the bald epot it now
eorarau wiui uair uiica aou oiaca, tnongh abort. It la
alto coming la alt oyer my head. Vaellng confident
w anouwr iur muw wiuia reatora u a.ui.
and permanently, 1 feelaulouatopareeverva In In aw.
and being deeUtut of meana to purebaie any more I
would a thee If the wouldat not ba wllllna ta 1.
aa order en thine agenti for a bottle, and reoeive to ih-
I. .1.. . !.ln rful.M,tKn ...I.. j . . J 7
uua are aina w vie wiuow aaa uie latnemst."
Thy friend, BUsaMMAU KIBBT.
Llionler. Noble County. Indiana. ah. Sth inw
Paor. O. J. Woon: Dtar Mr: In iha Uur
utv jear ic, wwn Mwuuiug ma otata and national
Law Bohool of the Bute ot Mew York, mr hair. fu .
uuh uuauowo mi ne, cunmnKfa latllns Off Verv van.
Ul. -n .V.., I.. ),. .. .1 . . ' "
""ii v uw. iu m. .mi v, iji noauja, ma whole
upper part tf my acalp lit almoit entlrelr hi raft r i
eorerlng, and much of the remaining portion npon the
ujv uu www pki.wi j iuw uvriiv alter oecamearaT
o that you will not be inrpriied when I tell yon that up
my return to the State of Indiana, mr mora
acquaintance were not eo much at a lou to dlacorer tbe
eauee oi tne cnange in my appearance, at my more lnti-
maie auquainwicci wara w reoogniae me at all.
I at once made application to the moat ikillful nh..i.
eiana In Iha country, but, reoeirlng no anuranee from
them that my bilr would aga'n ba reitored, J wia foroed
neooma reoonciiea io my late, until, fortunately, la
um tauar par. oi uie Tear tool, Toar Keatoratfva m.
commended to me by a drugglit, aa being the most relia-
uie nair iimureurv in uae. a inea one bottle, and
found to my ireat litlifaction that It waa nrliin. i..
deiired effect Since that time, I hare need eeven dot
lara worth of your Bcetoratire, and u a reault, have a
rich coat of very eof t black hair, which Dri tnanaioy jean
buy. 1 . '
Aj a mark of my gratitude ror your labor and iklll In
production of io wonderful an article. I h.v HpnM.
mended its nee to many of my friend, and acquaintance.,
who, I am happy to Inform you. are niina it wiih lib.
effect. Very reipeetfully, youn.
4. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Oouniellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by sll dealers thronih-
Ths Bestoratlve ii put up In bottles of three elite, yht:
large, medium, and .mall; the email holds a plot, and
ratal li for one dollar per bottle; the medium hold, at
leait twenty per cent, more In proportion than th.m.ii.
retail! for two dollars a bottle; the large hold, a
quart. 40 per oent. more In proportion, and retails for S3
O. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietor!, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Street, Bt Louii, Mo.
And told by BOBEBT8 St 8AMUKL, Columbua, Ohio
by all good Drnggiiti and Fancy Ooodi Dealera. '
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
. DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? '
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the Whiskers and Hair
The nbenlbers take Dleainra In announcing a the
Cltltem ot the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
public the above Juitly celebrated and world-renowned
prepared by Sr. 0. P. BBLLIHQHAM. an eminent
phyiiciaa of London, and la warranted to bring ont a
uica ovt OI
Whiskers or a Mustache !
from three to el weeka. Thli article la tha snl una
the kind need by the Branch, and in London and Parle
ia iu iwiTwnai naa.
It la a beautiful, economical, soothlor. yet itlmulatlnr
oomponnd, acting ai If by magic upon the note, oaualng
abaaatifnl growth of luxuriant hair. If aDnlled to the
scalp, it will eure uuna. and came to epring up la
place of the bald apota a fine growth of new hair. Ap-
Luea acooratng to amotions, It will tarn bbd or towt
ilr Bill, and reatora gray hair to Iti orliinal color.
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. Ihe 'OMaoeirr" is
lndiepaniable article In every gentleman'i toilet, and
alter ota week's an tbey would not for any comlderatkcn
The lubacrlben are tha onlv Aeenta for tha arttala la
United States, to whom all orders mult be addremed.
Prlw One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggiits aod
Dealen: or a box of tha "Onaoent" Iwarrantail tA h...
deatred effect) will be lent to any who deiira It, by
mail (direct), leoumly packed, on receipt of price and
poitige, 11.18. Apply tooraddren
., H0RACB L. BXOXMAM CO.,
. n.- . sacoaim, Ac,
teb90Jw6m c ' 84 Wlljlam Btreet. Wew-York .
. DR, LELaND'S
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheumatism, ' -Gout and Keuralgia,
i AND A 8UB1 CUM P0B
All Mercurial Diseases.
i iii ,.
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around ths Waist, without
Injury to ths most delieaie persona; no change in habits
llrlng Is required, and It entirely remorse the dls
esse from the ayetem, without producing tha Injurious
effects arlaing from the nse of powerful internal medl
eiaes, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
giro temporary roller only. Vy this treatment, lbs med-
leinai prooaruei ooutatnra in tne nana come tn contact
with tha blood and reach tha dimes, through ths pores
the skin, affecting la snery instance a perfect eure,
aad reatorlng tbe parts afflicted to a heal by condition.
Thli Band ii also a most powerful Arn-McaccauL agent,
and will entirely rellere the lyitsm from the pern c4os
effeotaof Mercury. Moderate cues are cured In a few
dayi, and we are oonitantly receiving testimonial! of Its
efficacy In anravatad saaee of long standing.
Paics 88,00, to be had of Druggists generally, or can
be lent by mail or express, with fall dlreodooe for ate.
to any part of tne eoontry, atreet from ths rrlacipai
o. 409 BBOADWAY, Haw York.
O. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Descriptive Circulars Bent Pres. ,
HT A feats Wanted Everywhere.
WM, KNABE & CO.,
AT TIIEIK KiJ-W SLP-(IHwi
BOOM, XO. 1 BAJ.TIMORB BT.l&V
aaa 111 It
' NOB. l,S,and7N.BUTAW STKBT, ,
. . Offer for sail their celebrated .
GOLDEN MEDAL, ; I . j
- ; ANDSQARE
' " PIANO-FORTES, t
Being hishly recommended by the first Professors sad
Mimical Amateurs o( the eoontry, and
. I,,,,,.. . WABRANTIDP0R
if , '
i PIYB YIABB.
The most fastidious enitomer may rely anon being
pleased In every respect.
Terms literal. wm, anasa at wu.
BBLTZBR At WBB8TBB, Agents,
SetSSilydw.i Oolumbos. Ohio.
Watcheil DiamondAH Silver Ware!!!
A CHOICB ASSORTMENT Or GOLD
iV. and Silver Watches, la great variety.
I am Agent for the Aaaeieta Wavcxt Oo , abd eia
. . .. , I . V.telu. at - 1 . .- ,
Ilt.iness sjhwiiwd. -v y
aiif... wnnua a or naiaii.
rinma and ehooae from my beautiful dtmlay ef Dla-
nnnrfa and other rich Jewelry,- Btyleeaew prices low.
As to Silver Ware of starling quality, I can show new
niMni rare handsome . . .
Silver Plated Wars, Tea Setts, TJras, Walters, Castors,
Bukata. Pitchers, (labiate. Knives. Porks. Bnoens. Ac.
Than I have a supply of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Bason, lie., and many Pancy Goods such as
are dealred for presents at soon prices as are an mOMS'
ment ee tne purcnaser. ,N "i. dlisii,
-Atlu;' ,vj " ww, w Ducasya ioea,
aaixl , North tide State House sqoars,
NEW HOOF SKIRT.. , : , J j
Ho.t9,80TJTB Bias BTBSBT. j..
Save last Noel red a nsw auks ef HOOP SgtlBTS
finUhed la a aumner far superior to say yet Introduced
' DURABILITY AN0ORACEFULNE33.
yfct, . ' .' a r
r i Dr. J.H HcLEAN'S '
TkoUreateat Heaaeslrisi Ths
AND TBI i
EVER TAREN.' V
TT IS 8THICT-
. X ly a scientific and
Vegetable Compound, ''
procured by the diitll
lation of Boots. Uerba
and Barks, Yellow
. Dock,' Blood Boot,
unerrx Hark and Dan
delion enters Into Its
Before Mlnsv. filler Taking.
principle of each Ingredient li Uioronjthly eatmeted by
mvnew method of dlitllllne. Drodncinei.a iWuHiaia. n
hilerating ipirlt,and the moot INfALLIBLB tenwdy lot
renovating the dieeaaed ayetem, and reatorlng tha sick,
ufferinc and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
WcLEAlS'S TBErTOTIlENINO CORa
Will effeotaally ears L
UVEB . 00HPLA1HT, , DY8PBPBIA, JACHDI0B
Chronic or Hervons Debility. Siaaaaet of the Kidneys
and all dlieaSM arising froaa a dhwrdereA Ltverar Stoat
aoh, Dyipepiia, Heartbam, Inward Piles, Acidity erBtok-
at or the Stomach, lallnesa of Hlood to the Head, Poll
pain or awlmmlng in the head. Palk.-tatlon of the Heart
Vullneea or Weight la theBtomaah, Boar Imitation
Ohoklns or auHocatina feoHni when lrine down. Drrneas
or Yellownemof tha Skin aod Byes. Might Bwaatafln
ward Pavera, Pain la tbe email of the back, cheat or line.
Sudden Piuihee of Heat, Depremion of Spirits, Prightfal
Breams, Languor, Beepondeney orany Meryoas Diieaao,
Sores Blotches on the Skin, and leva and Ana (or
Chilli and Perer.)
Orerat nilllen of atettlee
Bays been sold darins the wet ilx months, and In no In
tones has it failed In giving entire satiifaetion. Who,
then, will suffer from Weakoeao or Debilitr when alr
LB AN '8 8TBBN0TUBNINQ COBDIAL will euis goal
No lancnaie ean convoy an adeauat Idea of ths imme
diate and almoit miracnloue change produced by taking
this Cordial in ihe dieeaaed, debilitated and shattered
nenroui ivitem, whether broken down by eaoeae, weak by
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unit una
organisation is reitored to III priitins health and vigor.
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will Bnd McLeans Strengthening Cordials thorough
regenerator of the ay item; and all who may have Injured
themaelves by Improper Indulgences, will And in tha Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. -
To tbe Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is s sovereign and speedy earn for ' -
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult llenitrnatlon, Incontinence of
rine or involuntary Vlaenarge thereof, railing of ths
Womb, Giddiness, Painting and all Diseases bv.-ident to
Thsrs Is no Mistake About It
Suffer no looser. Take It according to Directions. It
will itimalate, itrengthen and invigorate yon and canaa
tne bloom or health to mount your cheek again.
very bottle ta warranted to give aaliKaeuoai
JOB CIIILBHEI. '
If 'our children are lickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean 'a
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robnat. Delay
not a moment, try it, and yon will be convinced.
IT 13 DELICIOUS TO TAKifi.
Oaenon. Beware of Draggiitsor Dealers whs auy
try to palm upon yon somebittar or Baroaparlila traet.
which they ean bay cheap, bysayinf It Is just as good.
Avoid such men. Aik lor McLoan'e Strengthening Oor
dial, and take nothing else It is ths only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and tf. the same lime
strengthen ths system.
One lablespoonful taken every morning failing, Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Pever, Yellow
Perer, or any prevalent diseases, It is pat np In Ures
Price only 1 per bottle, or bottles for S3.
Bole Proprietor of thli Cordial,
Also McLean1! Volcanic Oil Liniment
Principal Depot so the cornet of Third and Pom streets
Louie. Mo. , . ; t i .t t
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The beat Llnbeent tn the World. The only safe and
oertain eure for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chi tin, or Ooltra, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weaknees of ths
Muscles, Cnronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, BtuT
nces of the joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Barache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wound a, Preah
Outs, Ulcers, Pever Boras, Oaked Breasts Bore Nipples,
Bums, Bcakls, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
difference howeerere, or ho long tha disease may
hara exlated. McLsan'a Celebrated Liniment S oar
Thousands of human beings hare been eared a 111 a uf
decrepitude and miaery by the ue of this tnvalaable med
eioe. . - j
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC . OIL
1 1 .
Will relieve pain almost matantaneooily, and U wU
eleanss, psrtfy aad heal the foulest sores ia an Inoredi .
ly abort time. , . . ,
for Horses stadOtber Animals.
MeLeaa a celebrated Liniment Is the only safa and re
liable remedy for tbe core of 8 parts, Bins Bono, Wind
galls, Bplints, Dnnatnral Bumps, Modes or Swellings. It
will never fail to core Big Head, Poll Bril, Viitum, Old
running Bores or Sweeny, If properly applied. Par
Sprains, Braises, Scratches, Bores or Wunmls, Onckad
Heels, Chafes, Saddle orOotlar Oalli it Is an lnfallibh,
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a core ia certain In
Then trifle no longer with the many worth torn Uoi
stents offered te yon. Obtain a supply at Di, Molest, a
aelebrated LlnlmenU It will rare you.
It M. JVIcIEAN , Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pins Streets, St. Louis, M.
Por sals by all druggists.
Por sale by - B0BBBTS at 8AMCBL.
aua--d,wly 1 .. Oolambua. Cck
An experienced Nana and Pemale Phyiician, presenti
to the attention ot mothers, her . ,
SOO T H I N G S YRtJP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation wll 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
8 II HE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS).
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to yoarselves
BXUEf AID HEALTH TO T0TJB TXTAbTIB.
We have put up and eold thli article for over ten years,
andOAN SAY, IN OONPIDBNCB AND TBCTB, of it,
what we hara never been able to say ol any other medi
Slne NBVIB BAS IT PA1LBD, IN A SINQLB INbT
ANCI, TO BPPBCT A CUBS, when timely oard. Nev
er did we know an lnitanes of diautlihtetton by any one
who used It. On ths contrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and speak in terms of eommeBdalioe of lis
magical effects snd medical rirtnes. Ws speak in thia
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after Sea years' expe
rience. AND PLBD0B OUB BEPUTATION POR TUB
PDLILLMBNT OP WHAT WB HEBI DBCLAHJB. In
almost every initsnce where the Infant la suffering from
paia and axhaaitloa. relief will bo foand In fltteen or
twenty mutates sner tneoyrap is administered.
This valuable preparation the prescription of one of
the moat BXPBKIBNOKDand SKILLPUL NDBJI8 io
New Bngland. and baa been used with. NKVKB BAIL
ING SUCOKSSIo '
THOUSANDS OT CASES.
It not only relleree the child from pain, not Invigor
ate the stomach aad bowels, corrects acidity, and girei
tone and energy to Ihe whole ayilem. It will almost in
stantly relieve , .rn , ii.
GElPilQ IB THE E0WZLS, ASD WIND C0UC
and oreroome eonvulslons, which. If not ipeedlly rraie-
im, sbo in seetn.- wi beitere it tne bbbi and eua-
BHT KBMBDY IN TUB WOULD, In all eases of DYS
BNTBBY snd DlAEbUlSA IN OHILDBKM, whether
It arlaea from teething, or from any ether caass. Ws
would lay to erery mother who has s child suffering from
any of the foregoing complsinte DO NOT LKT Y0TJB
PRBJUD1CBS N0U TUB PREJUDICES OS OTUKUS
stand between you and your luflerlng ehild, aad tha rs
lief that will be suaa yes. aubuluiklv bubav-to
follow the nee of thle medicine, If timely ated. Pall di-
reeUoni ror oiing will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unUm the facsimile of CURTIS At PBBKINS,
Nsw York, is on the outikls wrapper. ,
Bold by au vrnggtati vhrougtwut the world..
Prl iclpal Office?, ia Ceelsti Street fl.W.
PRICE ONLT 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oetS7-dStwly. . i . ; '
REMOTES- A N FKBVfeJPl'sTS Id
Sammatloa aad sain, and haa is the worst bars.
acald, bruise, cut, or fresh wonsd of any kind, r rem la
swelling aaS pain rrcas bss sangs, meaquito sues, ana
poisonous planes, Bsaraixw, meuBaansm, ogoe in tna
braaat, salt rbeum, etc. When taken Internally, II will
positively ears eroap uasiiarea,ana gives immediate
rCitOI U tne van 1 v, wh wrnuii MpnuDi, also,
removes hoarseneai and Sore throat. Price, tm aeata a
bottle. Bnoaia as in erery Bouse. ' ror esie try Drug- .
Ktsla snd Storekeeper-.. IBVIN nTONB,
DVlc a luuiviwi PH. . nyim. ... . VIM
. Por fee niMAirt BBIIBP
and PBBMANINT CURB of th
tUstraating eeeaplolel aaa
lillDllS I 5 '
Made by 0. B. BKTMOTTB 00 , 107NMUS St., N, T.
rnes 1 1 pw box; sent (res ty post.
'POB UU AT ALL DBUaaistl
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